Does Energy Work Deserve A Bad Rap?
Earlier today, the topic of vibrational healing came up. I was talking with a friend about the seemingly miraculous results I have seen in my life since discovering energy work. (I have free online training on the process I use that has healed many injuries and a lot of potential sickness. You’ll hear about the next session if you signed up for my free Care Pkg and eBook on the right.)
Results happened because I was able to heal the emotions that were simmering away inside of me all of the time. I used energy techniques that even stopped my panic attacks and the stress response that was the center of my world in my young life.
The hardest thing for me is knowing what I know, seeing what I see, both in myself and in clients I have worked with, hearing of so much sickness and pain in the world, and not finding much exposure or education about energy work. And in some cases, finding outright false information that dissuades people from trying it!
Could it be that it can’t be put in a pill bottle and sold month after month? So many people heal from these alternative methods that I can see why the “powers that be” get nervous. They are looking at their bottom line from their second or third homes and wondering what will happen if too many people heal without drugs and surgery. Billions of dollars go into the pockets of CEOs that want to sell more and more of their products.
I usually take a chill pill and wait for a bit before spouting off, but I just ran across something that is a TRAVESTY because it is inaccurate information that can keep people from realizing how beneficial energy medicine is. It truly gave me my life back when medical doctors couldn’t. Note that even the founding partner walked away from Wikipedia because of practices like this. Petitions have even been submitted requesting that Wikipedia allows the other side to be told but they refuse to allow that information to be published on the page. Hundreds of studies show its effectiveness yet it is referred to as pseudoscience as you can see in Wikipedia’s explanation of energy medicine.
Highly respected scientists have done their research and found or have been part of many scientific studies that show results. These controlled scientific studies have measured the effects of prayer or intention (unseen energy), and have reported that there were changes in their measurements. Dr. Larry Dossey is one medical doctor who speaks about this. His books are used as textbooks in medical schools across the country.
I can’t help but think of my loved ones (especially my sister Barb) and maybe yours too. It’s possible that they would be alive today if there was more education and encouragement about things like vibrational healing techniques.
Instead, even though there are many, many people whose lives have changed like mine, Wikipedia gives what will be taken as an authoritative answer. It says there is nothing beneficial about energy work!
I learned the truth about energy healing only because, out of desperation, I was willing to try something that seemed very weird but harmless. Thankfully, I wasn’t willing to accept the no hope diagnosis given to me by medical doctors.
And I healed!
So that’s my two cents worth about energy medicine and vibrational healing, for now anyway!